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Old 3rd April 2012, 01:29 PM
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Default Hybrid Leaves

I was looking at my Ceph 'Giant' this morning and noticed a few leaves that couldn't decide on whether they wanted to be carnivorous or not. It seems they settled for somewhere in-between. Has anyone else experienced this.

Look carefully at overall plant

Close up of one leaf

Another angle of same leaf

If you look carefully in centre you will see another

This leaf I removed to get better pictures. This is the most highly developed.



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